deambular


deambular
v.
1 to wander (about).
2 to wander around, to gad, to wander, to idle around.
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deambular
verbo intransitivo
1 to saunter, stroll
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verb
to wander
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VI to wander (about)
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verbo intransitivo to wander around o about
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= walk (a)round, wander about, meander, roam (about/around), wander around, range, wander, rove.
Ex. He got up, and, putting hands in the pockets of his trousers, began to walk around the room.
Ex. He was a loner himself, a small-town country boy who spent most of his time wandering about the hills and fields near his home.
Ex. They are mixed up as the talk meanders about, apparently without conscious pattern.
Ex. Unless children are given time to roam about unhindered among books of many kinds, left alone to choose for themselves, and to do what any avid adult reader does, then maybe we labor in vain.
Ex. The audience can wander around at will and discuss with contributors and each other.
Ex. We will be bringing scholars from all over the world both to range widely in our multiform collections and put things together rather than just take them apart.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Wandering the Web: further developments on the global information bazaar'.
Ex. The production is extremely lively: Wandering musicians rove the tiny stage and aisles, competing with birdsong and baroque concertos over the tannoy.
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* deambular libremente = wander + at large, roam + free.
* deambular por = perambulate about.
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verbo intransitivo to wander around o about
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= walk (a)round, wander about, meander, roam (about/around), wander around, range, wander, rove.

Ex: He got up, and, putting hands in the pockets of his trousers, began to walk around the room.

Ex: He was a loner himself, a small-town country boy who spent most of his time wandering about the hills and fields near his home.
Ex: They are mixed up as the talk meanders about, apparently without conscious pattern.
Ex: Unless children are given time to roam about unhindered among books of many kinds, left alone to choose for themselves, and to do what any avid adult reader does, then maybe we labor in vain.
Ex: The audience can wander around at will and discuss with contributors and each other.
Ex: We will be bringing scholars from all over the world both to range widely in our multiform collections and put things together rather than just take them apart.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Wandering the Web: further developments on the global information bazaar'.
Ex: The production is extremely lively: Wandering musicians rove the tiny stage and aisles, competing with birdsong and baroque concertos over the tannoy.
* deambular libremente = wander + at large, roam + free.
* deambular por = perambulate about.

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deambular [A1 ]
vi
to roam, wander around o about
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deambular (conjugate deambular) verbo intransitivo
to wander around o about
deambular verbo intransitivo to saunter, stroll
'deambular' also found in these entries:
English:
amble
- wander
- meander
- roam
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deambular vi
to wander (about o around);
deambular por el centro de la ciudad to wander round Br the city centre o US downtown;
deambulaba por la casa sin saber qué hacer he wandered around the house without knowing what to do
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deambular
v/i wander around
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deambular vi
: to wander, to roam
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deambular vb to wander
lo vi deambular por la calle I saw him wandering about on the street

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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